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  • Time to Talk Day

    Published 03/02/20

    Thursday 6th February is Time to Talk Day – a day when everyone is encouraged to have a conversation about mental health.

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  • Our Annual Golf Day 2020

    Published 31/01/20

    We are pleased to announce this will be our 18th Annual Golf Day...

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  • Raise funds at no cost!

    Published 12/12/19

    You can generate free donations for us every time you shop online via TheGivingMachine.

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  • INSIGHTS Lecture Series

    Published 19/11/19

    As part of our INSIGHTS lecture series, we welcomed Miranda Lowe, a Principal Curator and museum scientist at the Natural History Museum, London  on Thursday 14th November.

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  • Black History Month Celebration Event

    Published 15/11/19

    Our Black History Month Celebration Evening was a fantastic occasion which saw students, parents and special guests marking the culmination of the month’s events.

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  • International Day

    Published 01/11/19

    Our annual International Day took place on Friday 18th October. Huge thanks to all involved in making the day such a wonderful celebration of our diverse community.

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  • INSIGHTS Lecture Series

    Published 23/09/19

    Remy Mohamed, solicitor and Grenfell Project Co-ordinator, is the first speaker in our INSIGHTS lecture series which begins today.

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  • Open House Weekend

    Published 12/09/19

    Many of London's most iconic buildings open their doors to the public on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd September.

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  • Finchley Student Wins National Speaking Prize

    Published 10/09/19

    Congratulations to Daniel in Year 13 who was declared overall winner at the Catenians’ National Public Speaking Competition at the weekend.

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  • GCSE Success!

    Published 23/08/19

    We are delighted with the GCSE level results achieved by the students at Finchley Catholic High School and are proud of the hard work and commitment they showed to their studies throughout KS4.

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